A quite noicy place, still cosy in a way, and with a decent selection, mainly focused on Belgian beers. Was a bit disappointed to have a favourite of mine, Tripel Karmeliet, in sub par form, but the other beers were fine. Friendly service, and plus for free wifi. Drop by if in the area.
beikes (39) Aarhus, Denmark | June 27, 2012| Updated April 6, 2013
Ris Ras is a unique little bar with a great selection of good beer. An uncountable amount of bottled brew, and around 14 taps of good stuff, makes you wanna come back again and again. You’re allowed to bring your own food to eat, and you can smoke if you want to. The location in one of the oldest and most interesting and alive streets in Aahus, is also a good plus.
Small. Very personal decor, intimate atmosphere. Nice selection on tap, mostly Belgian and a few Danes. Bottled selection is ok, mostly Belgian, not rare but some hard to get stuff. Knowledgable guy behind counter when I made my visit.
Fairly good selection of mostly Belgian beers, but they rarely change the range. The staff was unable to tell me which brerwery my beer came from and their home made sign was of no use either. The biggest draw back is the fact that they allow smoking inside. I only visit in the summer when I can sit outside.
Best place in town for Belgian beers, so they’re somewhat excused for neglecting microbrew, imperial stouts/porters and barley wine. The atmosphere is always laid back on both sides of the bar.
phredrik (31) Copenhagen (formerly Aalborg), Denmark | February 11, 2010
My favourite café in Ĺrhus. A great place with a nice atmosphere, cozy furniture and smoking is allowed. Haven’t been that much around the beer card, but the selection seems fine. A great place to spend an afternoon.
A very exceptional place. It’s like going back to the 60 or 70TH. Except for mobilephones and Macs. They are specialiced in belgian brews, so I miss danish and american micros. The service is somewhat uninspired and lazy. But the ambiance is great.